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based on a scale consisting of 12 semitones

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being or having or characterized by hue

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Schuman would continue to emphasize chromatically dense and somber textures in his later compositions.
Part one consists of long tones expanding chromatically outward from c', parts two and three are harmonic series slurs working the low, middle, and upper middle registers, part four is an articulation and lip trill study, and part five continues with harmonic series exercises up to c"'.
The fundamental moves up a fifth chromatically while the chord structure is gradually transformed.
Together, the set includes 1,114 solid PANTONE Colors in the PANTONE formula guide, over 3,000 chromatically arranged CMYK color combinations in the PANTONE 4-color process guide and 1,089 PANTONE Colors alongside their closest four-color process match in PANTONE color bridge -- for more than 5,000 color effects.
For example, the chromatically descending bass line in measures 40-45 (see Example 1) colors the words and adds to the emotional meaning they already had.
Take the easiest open pitch for you and slur up or down chromatically until you arrive at 2nd line g'.
He goes on to relate the modulatory plan of the sextet to a motivic detail, the rising chromatically inflected 5-6 over the tonic E-flat.
Additional features include enhanced Human Playback, Update Brackets and Groups, Quick Change, Vertical Collision Remover, updated Playback Controls, enhanced positioning of cross-staff augmentation dots, improved pickup measures, enharmonic spelling in chromatically transposed parts and much more.
These two sustained lines move chromatically in contrary motion and meet at measure 24, at which point the A-B[flat] dyad in the horns reappears (Example 4).
Adding more color to what has been a category with a singular shade brings a fresh, new perspective to ketchup -- and gives children ownership of a product category that was chromatically one-dimensional since its introduction.
Relatum--The Arch of Versailles (all works 2014), a chromatically neutral rainbow fashioned from a band of stainless steel some fifty feet long, marks the passage from the mirrored interiors of the palace to the lush expanses of the surrounding park.
Four measures of a descending line of single notes in the piano stop the motion at "No parting cloud reveals a watery star" as the voice descends chromatically in a narrow range before the piano resumes the rolling arpeggios of the beginning at "My cries are washed away upon the wind.
Cessation of the [MATHEMATICL EXRPESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] drum rhythm marks the end of the introduction and the first section begins in [MATHEMATICAL EXRPESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASSCII], marked lento lugubre, alla marcia funebre, with a beautiful chromatically inflected melody on violins, violas and cellos in an ardent unison.
When the patterns starting on black keys are learned, a major goal in the student's technique and keyboard skills is to play the patterns chromatically with eyes closed.
This blurring leads to a cadence on a chromatically filled pi5 ([E.